To remove a Sharpie stain, wet the stain, and use a stain remover-soaked paper towel to rub the stain out. You need water, paper towels, and either hairspray, rubbing alcohol or milk. More »

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Applying hairspray, rubbing alcohol or milk is an effective method of removing permanent marker stains from clothing. To obtain the maximum effectiveness for any of these methods, treat the stain as quickly as possible. More »

To get gum out of fabric, rub an ice cube on the gum until it hardens, and then scrape off the gum. You need ice cubes and a butter knife. Use a toothbrush instead of a butter knife for delicate clothing. More »

To get acrylic paint off of clothing, immediately blot the stain with a clean towel, then turn the garment inside-out and run it under warm water. Soak the garment in a solution of liquid detergent and warm water, and bl... More »

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To remove coffee stains from colored clothes, take a white, wet paper towel and gently press it on the stain multiple times to remove as much as possible. Get 1/3 of a cup of white vinegar and mix it with 2/3 of a cup of... More »

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To get Sharpie off of plastic, draw over the markings with a dry-erase marker, and then wipe the area with a paper towel. You need a dry-erase marker and a paper towel. The procedure takes no longer than one minute. More »

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Many common household products can remove Sharpie marker from the skin. Try nail polish remover or rubbing alcohol. For sensitive skin, try hand lotion, petroleum jelly or cooking oil. More abrasive remedies include suga... More »

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